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Eric Ries - Lean Startup Fundamental Feedback Loop and Workshop Info - from Web 2.0 Expo #leanstartup
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Eric Ries - Lean Startup Fundamental Feedback Loop and Workshop Info - from Web 2.0 Expo #leanstartup

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  • This is the core feedback loop that powers startups. Their goal is not to optimize the time it takes to do any one of these steps.
    There are many specific practices that can power lean startups, and we’ll cover a few in this presentation. But more important than any specific practice is this core idea: startups should be built to learn.
  • This is the core feedback loop that powers startups. Their goal is not to optimize the time it takes to do any one of these steps.
    There are many specific practices that can power lean startups, and we’ll cover a few in this presentation. But more important than any specific practice is this core idea: startups should be built to learn.
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    • 1. The Lean Startup IDEAS CODEDATA BUILDLEARN MEASURE Code Faster Unit Tests Usability Tests Continuous Integration Incremental Deployment Free & Open-Source Components Cloud Computing Cluster Immune System Just-in-time Scalability Refactoring Developer Sandbox Measure Faster Split Tests Clear Product Owner Continuous Deployment Usability Tests Real-time Monitoring Customer Liaison Learn Faster Split Tests Customer Interviews Customer Development Five Whys Root Cause Analysis Customer Advisory Board Falsifiable Hypotheses Product Owner Accountability Customer Archetypes Cross-functional Teams Semi-autonomous Teams Smoke Tests Funnel Analysis Cohort Analysis Net Promoter Score Search Engine Marketing Real-Time Alerting Predictive Monitoring © 2009 Eric Ries
    • 2. Get Started Today • Startup Lessons Learned Blog – http://startuplessonslearned.blogspot.com/ • Webcast: “How to Build a Lean Startup, step-by-step” – May 1, 2009 at 10am PST – http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/e/1294 • The Lean Startup Workshop – An all-day event for a select audience – May 29, 2009 in San Francisco – Sign up at: http://bit.ly/a5uw8 • Eric Ries speaks in academic and business settings and consults to technology companies on creating lean startups. Contact: consulting@theleanstartup.com

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